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’TIS THE SEASON Police advise Christmas shoppers to be extra careful this time of year when would-be thieves know that people often leave recently purchased gifts in their cars. They advise that … more
ON THE SPOT Four Providence men were arrested after Warwick Police responded to a house on Airway Road on Nov. 18. Police responded to 83 Airway Rd. on Monday after a neighbor reported that … more
SHOPLIFTING A Cranston woman was charged with shoplifting at the Hobby Lobby at 945 Ball Hill Rd. on Sept. 2. A loss prevention agent at the store told police he saw the woman placing a variety … more
VANDALISM Officer Christopher Fernandes reported he was on patrol around 1:10 a.m. on Nov. 10 when reports came in about two white males breaking fences near City Hall on Post Road. The caller … more
SERVICE DOG Officer Hovsep Sarkisian was dispatched to the Walmart on Post Road on Oct. 24 for a report of two women being detained for shoplifting. A loss prevention agent for the store told … more
PUTTING THE DINNER IN DINNER-AND-A-MOVIE: …
Visitors to Showcase Cinemas Warwick will now be able to enjoy a meal, drinks and a great movie without ever leaving the comfort of their theater seat. Last month was the official launch of … more
A FULL HOUSE: The auditorium at Toll Gate High …
Following six hours spread across two public hearings Monday and Tuesday on the Long Term Facilities Planning Committee’s recommendation to close Aldrich and Gorton junior high schools and … more
VANDALS A Massachusetts Avenue man told police he returned to his car the morning of Jan. 18 and found the back window of his 2006 Hyundai Tucson was smashed. He said he had little contact with … more
The Police Log is a digest of reports filed by the Warwick Police. EMBEZZLEMENT   A Warwick man was charged with embezzling from the UPS facility on Plan Way on Sept. 13. A manager told … more
Police requested the lock down “just for a precaution because they didn’t know what the occupants of the car had on them,” said Warwick Superintendent Dr. Richard D’Agostino, who added that a ConnectEd message was sent out to parents around noon to explain the situation. “At no time were any of the students in danger.” more
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